Tankoa 50M S501 (New – 2025)



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Tankoa 50M S501 Aluminium Superyacht for Sale – Delivery June 2025 – Up to 12 Guests in 6 Staterooms – Master Suite on Main Deck – Stabilized – Under Construction in Italy – Charter Compliant

Year built: 2025
Length: 49.80 m (163 ft)
Cabins: 6: Master (Double) and VIP (Double) on Main Deck, 2 Doubles, 2 Twins on Lower Deck
Guests: 12
Crew: 9
Located in: Italy, Genova
Broker Ref. No: TANKOA 50M S501 – New Construction Aluminium Superyacht for Sale

Tankoa 50M S501 (New – 2025) Description

The TANKOA 50M S501 Superyacht is part of the successful S501 series, all built in aluminium and designed by Francesco Paszkowski, just below 500GT. This motor yacht for sale is actually the seventh hull built out from the same platform and therefore a very well proven project, boasting a very efficient hull, relatively light displacement and shallow draft, which means also very low consumption levels. This 163’ 5” yacht is now under construction and available for sale, with delivery planned by June 2025.

The timeless design is sleek and ingenious. The horizon is a luxury that the S501 gifts again and again. Glass bulwarks and fold-out balconies maximise the many uninterrupted views of water and landscape. The generous relaxation areas are wide open spaces that invite you to spread out, to roam, to share or relish your privacy. Handcrafted to the Owner’s specifications, the TANKOA 50M S501 is the finest and most beautiful 50metre vessel on the water today featuring a wonder of comfort and modern elegance.

Stepping onboard, you will immediately notice the amazing large spaces. Her innovative layout makes the S501 seem far larger than any other 50 metre yacht with a 9.4 metre beam. The aft terrace is especially wide. A true lounge of refined luxury.

Foldable balconies open out both sides to extend the terrace area and enhance the sense of boundless freedom. The open-air deck can be fitted with sunbeds, sofas, coffee tables and a bar. Owner’s choice, naturally.

The upper deck terrace is intended as a large dining space and panoramic lounge. From the higher vantage, the horizon appears amplified. Here is pure relaxation. Inside this deck, an inspired option is the custom-fitted Venetian blinds filter the sun’s rays to create perfect, bespoke lighting. The frameless glass bulwarks are exclusive to Tankoa Yachts, an installation of rare innovation and skill.

The sundeck includes a spacious living space with pool, from where the panoramic view is made for you.

The beach club platform extends over the water to make a deep, wide pier. This unique and vast modern pleasure area is the place to enter the water and swim, dive, paddleboard. Play as you please.

Designed for total privacy, the foredeck can be customised to house an open-air lounge with retractable columns to support a sun-protective gazebo. Situate your solarium here. The foredeck includes the option of a touch and go helideck. The unique bow shape increases the storage capacity for the tender, e-bikes and jet-skis.

The large interior spaces are for the Owners to assert their style. Custom furniture, marble bathroom fittings and smooth wood aspects are among the options.

The Owner’s en-suite stateroom room on the main deck is the yacht’s most prestigious space. Balconies both sides are for the exclusive use of the Owner – to enjoy the sea without leaving the apartment and to widen this personal saloon. An en-suite VIP cabin is adjacent. The lower deck houses two VIP cabins and two guest cabins, with space for gym and spa. Thus, the yacht can accommodate in comfort and style up to 12 guests in 6 en-suite staterooms.

The TANKOA 50M S501 (traditional propulsion) is engineered for ‘near-silent’ low consumption, long-range cruising and outstanding speed performance. The displacement hull features planing characteristics. With its optimised twin 1599 Hp Diesel engines, this is a yacht that really moves, sailing at a maximum speed of 17 knots and cruising at 15 knots and a maximum range of 3750 nautical miles at her economical speed of 12 knots.

Regarding her previous sisterships, Tankoa have introduced some design updates on this hull, such as larger windows on all decks, less structural pillars between main windows, lengthen the sundeck and no thresholds between cockpits and saloons, just to mention a few.


  • Builder: Tankoa Yachts S.p.A. (Italy)
  • Model: Tankoa 50m S501
  • Hull Number: 07
  • Exterior and Concept Designer: Francesco Paszkowski Design
  • Naval Architect: Names Studio
  • Engineering: Tankoa Yachts, Names Studio
  • Interior Designer for Owner’s and Guest Areas: TBD
  • Interior Designer for Crew Areas: Tankoa Yachts
  • Type: Motor Yacht / Superyacht / Tri-deck Yacht
  • Year: 2025
  • Hull Type: Displacement
  • Hull Material: Light Aluminium Alloy (5083)
  • Superstructure Material: Light Aluminium Alloy (5083)
  • Decks: Teak
  • Length Overall: 49.80 m (163’ 5”)
  • Length Between Perpendiculars: 49.41 m (162’ 1”)
  • Beam (max): 9.40 m (30’ 10”)
  • Depth: 4.15 m (13’ 7”)
  • Draught Half (underside keel): 2.32 m (7’ 7”)
  • Draught Max (underside keel): 2.42 m (7’ 11”)
  • Scantling Draught (from b. l.): 2.25 m (7’ 5”)
  • Displacement Light Weight: 320,000 kgs (705,479 lbs)
  • Displacement Half Load: 374,000 (824,529 lbs)
  • Displacement Full Load: 402,000 kgs (886,258 lbs)
  • Gross Tonnage (ITC ’69): 499 GT
  • Classification: ✠ 100 A1, SSC, YACHT, MONO, G6, [✠] LMC, MCA – REG Yacht Code Part A Compliant
  • Classification Society: Lloyd’s Register EMEA
  • Flag State Authority: TBD
  • Location: Liguria, Italian Riviera, Italy


  • Type / Fuel: Twin Screw Diesel
  • Main Engines: 2 x 1599 Hp (1193 kW) CATERPILLAR C32 @ 2300 RPM IMO Tier III EPA Tier 4
  • Max Speed (@ half load condition and 100 % of max power: 17 knots
  • Cruising Speed (@ half load condition and 85% of max power): 15 knots
  • Economic Speed (@ half load condition): 12 knots
  • Range @ Economic Speed (90% of fuel oil usable): 3750 NM
  • Gearboxes:2 x Marine reverse-reduction gearboxes RENTJES WAF542L 1:3,955 reduction rate, with hydraulically operated multi-disc clutches with trailing/trolling lubrication oil pump, fitted to assure over the top outward Yacht rotation of the propellers
  • Shaft Lines: 2 x Water lubricated propeller shafts, made in Aquamet 17
  • Propellers: 2 x Statically balanced propellers DETRA, each having 6 medium skew fixed blades (designed for high efficiency and low-pressure transmission to the hull), built of Nickel Aluminium Bronze Alloy
  • Rudders: Controlled by 2 electric double effect pistons, OPEM SISTEMI, capacity will be 2200 daNm, movement will be proportional, electrically synchronized. Possible to control the two rudders independently from the wheelhouse, for better manoeuvring, maximum rudder angle: +/- 35 degrees


  • Total Fuel Oil: 57,300 l (15,137 USG)
  • Total Fresh Water (including sprinkler reserve): 16,200 l (4,280 USG)
  • Total Grey and Black Waters: 9,800 l (2,589 USG)
  • Clean Oil Capacity: 1,400 l (370 USG)
  • Dirty Lube Oil: 1,400 l (370 USG)
  • Sludge Tanks: 1,000 l (264 USG)


  • Up to 12 Guests in 6 en-suite staterooms
  • Guest Cabin Configuration:
    • Master Cabin (double King-size island bed) on main deck with private study at the entrance, private terrace with opening balcony, dressing room, His & Hers en-suite bathroom with shower
    • Double VIP cabin on main deck with walk-in dressing room, closets and en-suite bathroom
    • 2 x VIP Cabins belowdecks, each with double island beds, closets and en-suite bathrooms
    • 2 x Twin Guest cabins belowdecks, each with closets and en-suite bathrooms
  • Saloon, dining, day-head and pantry on main deck
  • Day-head and pantry on upper deck
  • Large fully equipped galley on lower deck next to crew area
  • Stern beach club with day-head
  • 9 Crew in 5 en-suite cabins
  • Crew Accommodation Configuration:
    • Captain’s cabin on upper deck (double) with en-suite bathroom
    • 4 x Crew cabins on lower deck, each with bunkbeds and en-suite facilities
  • Crew mess, laundry room and dinette


  • Electrical Circuits:
    • Three phases alternative current at 400V, 50 Hz for the main switchboard
    • Single phase alternative current at 230V, 50 Hz for small power services
    • 24V DC for lighting, signalling circuits, control equipment, navigation aids and all services indicated as emergency ones by the Rules
    • Essential normal services are fed via inverter 24V DC/220V AC
  • The yacht’s power generation and distribution are managed by a proper Power Managing System (PMS)
  • Shore Power Supply System:
    • Shore supply with a rated power 120 kW, p.f. 0,8, at 400V, 50 Hz, 3-phase + neutral ASEA AC150-3/2 will consist of two solid state electronic converter, air cooled; it is capable to be fed at a voltage in the range from 170 to 520 +/- 10%, 40 to 70 Hz , 3-phase , and with the output of 150 kVA, acting in this way also as isolation transformer from the ashore electrical system
    • Shore power cables of suitable section, length 25 m, with 24V DC (GLENDINNING cm9 or similar), powered reel
  • Batteries:
    • 24V DC installed for the various services. Batteries in Gel, lithium-ion or lead-acid type, according to their usage
    • All the batteries installed inside suitable battery boxes, as per Classification Society requirements
    • 2 x Battery packs of 24V DC batteries: one for services and one for emergency use, both with adequate capacity, as per Classification Society requirements
    • Radio Batteries: Essential communication and navigation equipment connected to a dedicated battery bank, according to Flag State authority’s and Classification Society’s regulations
    • Service Batteries: One group of 24V DC batteries for service systems and might be positioned in the Emergency Generator Room. Capacity and other features as per Classification Society requirements
    • Generator Starting Batteries: One battery bank provided one for each generator starting
    • Engine Starting Batteries: One battery bank provided for each engine starting
    • Emergency Batteries: One group of 24V DC batteries provided for emergency services. Supplies all those loads and devices considered essential for the ship’s safety
    • Battery Chargers: Of adequate power, suitable for supplied batteries, installed for the above-mentioned batteries. A dedicated charger will charge service batteries
  • Generators: 2 x 118 ekW @ 1500 RPM CAT or equivalent, with silence exhaust


  • Bow Thruster: Transversal propeller CMC TP100 installed at the bow. Fitted into a 630 mm diameter tunnel, electrically driven, frequency controlled, 110 kW, thrust of at least 16.7 kN
  • Stabilizer System: For comfort and stability on board, non-retractable CMC stabilizer fins (2) system for ship under way and at zero speed
  • Hydraulic Power Units:
    • 1 x e/hydraulic power pack fitted in lazarette, to operate the aft gangway, the boarding ladder, the garage shell door and the crane
    • 1 x e/hydraulic power pack fitted in a technical locker in the crew area to supply the opening windows on main deck
    • 1 x e/hydraulic power pack fitted in the fore technical room to supply the rescue crane
  • Bilge System:
    • Series of separate bilge suctions, arranged according to Classification Society and Flag Authority requirements
    • Main bilge manifold connected to the self-priming, centrifugal bilge E/pump 9kW, feed by inverter (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent) for normal operation, or to the fire similar E/pump as a backup
    • Fore peak served by a dedicate self-priming centrifugal bilge pump (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
    • If required, a dedicated bilge pump can be installed in the aft Beach Area
  • Fire System:
    • Suitable series of fire hydrants, arranged for granting a coverage in compliance with Classification Society and Flag Authority requirements
    • Main fire manifold will be external to the engine room. The feeding line (from main and back up pumps), running inside the engine room, is connected to the fire manifold through an isolating valve, arranged above main deck in an easily accessible position
    • The fire pump, drawing water from main sea chests, is connected to the fire manifold. As a backup, the bilge pump is properly piped in order to perform fire service in the event of some failures of fire pump
    • Relief valve fitted on fire pump delivery
    • Fire system arranged in such a way that the fire pump suction can be switched (as a backup, and through a filter) on the bilge system, in the event of failures of the bilge pump
  • Emergency Bilge / Fire System:
    • Diesel motor pump (GIANNESCHI or GARBARINO) provided on main deck for emergency operation of bilge system or fire system
  • Black & Grey Water System: Centralized vacuum unit mod JETS EDGE (or equivalent), installed inside the engine room, composed by two macerator vacuum pumps of 30m3/h, 400V, 3 kW and relevant automatic control system (for maintaining a suitable vacuum inside collecting manifolds)
  • Sewage Treatment Plant: Physical- biological sewage treatment unit (HAMANN HL COUNT PLUS, or equivalent, 6000 l/day), in accordance with USCG regulations for wastewater, IMO approved and compliant with latest MPEC.227(67), EU MED, MCA and USCG type 2, capable of working with both black and grey water
  • Fuel Transfer: Fuel transfer system to allow fuel pumping from and to fuel storage tanks, and the suction from the overflow tank
  • Fuel Purification: Fuel purifier (MAHLE KFWA 1) connected to the fuel suction manifold
  • Fuel Oil Filters: Main engines and generators fitted with dedicated fuel oil pre-filters (Duplex) against water contamination, SEPAR type
  • Bilge Pump: Bilge centrifugal E/pump installed inside the engine room, sized according to Classification Society and Flag Authority requirements (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Fuel Oil Transfer Pumps: 2 x Fuel transfer centrifugal E/pumps (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Fuel Pumps:
    • Self-priming centrifugal E/pump for tender refuelling installed inside the aft technical locker, connected to the daily tank and complete with a filling gun (with automatic shut-off device) and a mechanical liter counter (PIUSI or equivalent)
    • Hand transfer pump provided for emergency
  • Clean Oil Pump: Self-priming E/pump (gear type) installed for transferring lube oil from clean oil tank to the users (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Dirty Oil Pump: Self-priming E/pump (volumetric type, with metal helical rotor) installed for transferring spent oil from the users either to dirty oil tank or towards a shore facility (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Grey Water Pump: Electric driven grey water pump (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Fresh Water Pumps: Water pressure group composed of 2 self-priming centrifugal E/pumps for freshwater distribution to the users, fitted with an electronic pressure regulation system (variable speed drive control for pumps and motors (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Hot Water Pumps: 2 x Circulation pumps (one in service, one in standby) for hot water distribution to the users (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Sea Water Cooling Pumps: Main engines and generators will have their own sea water pumps (gear driven)
  • Air Conditioning Sea Water Pumps: 2 x Sea water pumps will be provided for feeding the main chiller unit
  • Air Conditioning Fresh Water Pumps: 2 x Freshwater pumps will be provided for allowing the chilled water circulation
  • Water Maker: Reverse osmosis desalination system using two independent stainless-steel units fed with sea water (nominally) 12,000 l per day (at 25°C sea water temperature), IDROMAR Model MC 5DX Capacity at 25°C 250 l/h – Power 400V 3-phases
  • Water Softener: IDROMAR active carbon filter, UV sterilizer, silver ions dosing station
  • Water Heaters: 2 x Electric hot water stainless steel heaters (with total capacity of 500 l and 6 kW). To keep hot water circulating and ready to users, two circulating pumps are installed (GARBARINO, GIANNESCHI or equivalent)
  • Air Compressor: Screw type air compressor, high capacity (GIANNESCHI or equivalent, installed in the engine room to supply 6 bar compressed air to on-board service: horn, sea intakes cleaning. Free compressed air users, with quick connection for hose, fitted one in aft garage, one in engine room and one close to forward tender storage location. Capacity about 900 l/min
  • Air Conditioning System: The A/C system (HEINEN & HOPMAN or equivalent) is based upon a chilled water unit, fitted inside the engine room due to supply the air handling units and the fan coils throughout the yacht, by means of dedicated centrifugal pumps with fully automatic control. The chilled water unit includes a suitable number of refrigerating compressors, condensers and evaporators, properly sized to achieve the required performance of the A/C system
  • Air Treatment Unit: External air treated by one or more AHU (Air Handling Unit) dimensioned so to provide at least 25 m3/ h air circulation per person with an adequate number of air changes (3 changes per hour in public spaces)


  • Fridge and freezer custom-made columns included in the galley. Fridges will be able to maintain a minimum temperature of 0°C and freezers will be able to maintain a minimum temperature of -20 °C
  • A chilled garbage locker can be optionally provided, positioned in the forward technical locker, on the lower deck
  • Dumbwaiter: Fitted between main deck and upper deck
  • The full list of the galley, pantry and laundry is to be agreed between Buyer and Yard, within the allowances


  • Entertainment/domotic is the CRESTRON system (or equivalent), which is a complete and modular solution for the distribution of digital services over a single physical infrastructure. Such system will replace the infrastructures traditionally employed to provide similar services, enhancing their functionality and simplifying their integration. Through the domotic system can also be controlled lights, curtains and A/C thermostats in the guest and owner’s areas
  • Server Rack: 2 x Rack cabinets provided for the A/V system. The relevant technical space dedicated to A/V racks might be located on the main deck technical locker
  • Distributed Equipment (All the Owner and guest internal areas will be provided with):
    • LCD-TV 4k HDR
    • Ceiling Loudspeakers (5+1 for Main Areas)
    • ATV system for audio/video streaming for personal devices
    • Blu-Ray for Bd contents
    • 8” iPads to control A/V system and domotic system
    • Wi-Fi access points
  • CCTV System (Fixed cameras will be installed through the vessel):
    • 1 x Aft Main Deck
    • 2 x Main deck Starboard and port side, external walkways
    • 1 x Engine Room
    • 1 x Main Mast
    • 2 x Dedicated monitors for the CCTV system positioned in wheelhouse and crew mess
  • The full list of the entertainment equipment is to be agreed between Buyer and Yard, within the allowances


  • The following controls will be made available in the Wheelhouse:
    • Steering actuator with wheel
    • Bow thruster control lever and running indicator
    • Main engines throttles
    • Main engines panels, key, start/stop buttons and alarm signal
    • Emergency stop for main engines
    • Rudder angle indicator
    • Stabilizer fins control panel
  • Two Wing Control Stations positioned externally at both sides of the wheelhouse:
    • Steering tiller
    • Slave bow thruster control lever
    • Horn
    • NMEA data repeater
    • Intercom
    • Main engines throttles and rev counter
    • Main engines throttles start/stop buttons and alarm signal, emergency stops
  • GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress Safety System) (Area A3)
  • Horn: bronze + brass chrome plated, pneumatic three tones, horn as per Flag Authority requirements (controlled by the integrated navigation system). In case of emergency a second back-up electrically operated Horn will be able to be operated from the wheelhouse.
  • Intercom System
  • An emergency internal communication system will be installed as per Classification Society and Flag State authority requirements, between:
    • Wheelhouse
    • Engine room
    • Emergency steering location
  • SSB system
  • VHF system
  • Telephone System: VOlP telephone system, based on Wi-Fi technology, for external and internal communications. VOIP cordless telephones for all Owner + guest areas; fixed telephones with standard VOIP for all crew areas
  • Mobile phone, European standard LTE system
  • Service Call: A/V system to service call functionality. Service bell with audible and visible signalling on two master stations (one in the galley and one in the crew mess)
  • Nautical Instruments: A round clock, a barometer and a thermometer installed inside the wheelhouse or in the radio room
  • The full list of the navigation, communication and signalling equipment is to be agreed between Buyer and Yard, within the allowances


  • Anchor Windlasses: 2 x Vertical windlasses OPEM SISTEMI, each with a wildcat gypsy and capstan driven by an electric motor. Drums in polished stainless steel and shafts in stainless steel. Two remote controls wire connected will be provided for windlasses operation
  • Mooring Capstans: 2 x Electric capstans on the aft deck or stern platform, capable to rotate in both directions OPEM SISTEMI. Operated with deck-mounted push buttons. Drums in polished stainless steel and shafts in stainless steel
  • Anchors: 2 x Hot dip galvanized High Holding Power anchors, made in steel. Weight approx. 262 kg. Each anchor is connected to the anchor chain by means of a D-type shackle and swivel. Chain rollers, chain stoppers and quick release included
  • Anchor Chains: 2 x U2 high tensile steel galvanized chains with calibrated stud link will be provided. Size and length will be according to Classification Society requirements
  • Gangway: Electro-hydraulic operated retractable aft gangway, COSNAV, fitted on aft starboard side, under the main deck, with up and down, in and out movements
  • Side Boarding Ladder: Portable light alloy or carbon fibre ladder to connect the yacht to the shore when moored alongside (MARQUIP or similar)
  • Embarkation Ladder: Electro-hydraulic operated side embarkation ladder, COSNAV, housed in the main deck bulwark on starboard side
  • Swimming Ladder: Removable carbon fibre ladder to be used as swimming ladder, fitted to the transom door and port garage door when opened as swimming platform
  • Telescopic Top Deck Access Ladder: Removable access ladder (telescopic) with fixed supports on the top roof, between the bridge deck and the top roof, to access the mast for equipment inspection and maintenance
  • Tender Handling System: In the garage space, adequately reinforced and integrated with the support structure of the trans-elevator of max working load 1,700 kgs, electro-hydraulic operated for the handling of the main tender stored in the garage, diesel main tender of length about 6.00 m, maximum weight of 1,700 kgs and maximum height of 1.10 m.
  • Covers: Protective covers for anchor windlasses, ship’s bell, capstans, horns and search lights. Windscreen with screen covers
  • Jack Staff: Aluminium painted, removable, jack staff fitted on the bow, as per Tankoa standard and design
  • Flagpole: Flagpole for the ensign, with tapered section, 2 m long, with truck and top pulley for the halyard and cleat or stainless-steel bitt at the lower part, installed on the aft upper deck
  • Ship’s Bell: Chromium-plated brass ship’s bell, diameter approx. 300 mm, engraved with the yacht’s name and year of delivery and fitted on the fore deck, hanging on a stainless-steel support
  • Window Wipers: SPEICH heavy duty electric window wipers fitted on forward wheelhouse windows, suitable for marine use, with a selector switch for intermittent running. Model of silent type and synchronized, with access to electric motors. Freshwater spray, (operated by a push button solenoid valve, mounted on the wheelhouse console), for each front window
  • Chain Washing: Anchor hawse pipe in order to supply water for chain washing
  • Custom Pool System: Sun deck custom-made pool fitted in accordance with then G.A. plan, (maker FLY PROJECT or equivalent), with hydro massage system, heater, and filtration system. Filling line connected to the yacht freshwater system and discharge via the overboard and capacity of approximately 700 l
  • Underwater Lights: 10 x SEA VISION (or CANTALUPI, OCEAN LED, or equivalent) lights


  • Fire Extinguishers: Foam, powder and CO2 fire extinguishers, type and number in accordance with Class Society and Flag requirements
  • Fire Hoses: Fire hoses and nozzles, as per Flag State Authority and Classification Society requirements
  • Fireman Locker: Fireman locker fully equipped with all the devices and accessories required by Classification Society and Flag Authority. (Fireman suit, breathing apparatus, air-bottles, axes, fire-blanket, boots, etc.)
  • Medical Kit: Owner will supply the medical kits, according to Flag Authority requirements
  • Life Buoys: Suitable number of life buoys (marked with painted yacht’s name and port of registry), with buoyant line and/or (with self-igniting light and self-activating smoke-signal), according to Flag Authority requirements
  • Parachute Flares: Suitable number of parachute flares and smoke signals, according to Flag Authority requirements
  • Life Jackets: Suitable number of approved type life jackets (including children and XXXL sizes), according to Flag Authority requirements
  • Line Throwing Devices: Set of approved type line throwing devices according to Flag Authority requirements
  • Life Rafts: Suitable number of inflatable life rafts, with hydrostatic release and survival kit (SOLAS approved), number and the capacity according to the Flag Authority Requirements
  • Galley Hood Duct Fire Extinguishing System: Fire extinguishing system (ULTRAFOG) installed in the galley hood exhaust duct
  • Engine Room Fire Extinguishing System: Installed according to Classification Society and Flag Authority requirements, with adequate nozzles and a release handle situated in the emergency control panel inside an aft locker on the main deck
  • Accommodation Fire Extinguishing System: High-pressure water mist extinguisher (ULTRAFOG) with ceiling bulb nozzles fitted in every accommodation area; though centralized, divided in zones, so to be activated only in a specific area. The monitoring and functioning control panel is fitted in the wheelhouse, in accordance with the Rules and approved by Classification Society
  • Fire Dampers: Fitted as per Classification Society and Flag State authority requirements. Fire dampers are fire safe with local automatic operation
  • Fire Alarm System: Installed (with sensors fitted throughout the yacht), as per Classification Society requirements. The control unit is fitted inside the wheelhouse and a repeat panel will be fitted in the crew mess. A connection (common alarm) will be provided to the monitoring system. The fire alarm system will be connected with the manual fire alarm buttons throughout the yacht. One or more heat or smoke detectors will be fitted in each cabin, room and technical space, according to Classification Society: they will actuate an audible alarm inside wheelhouse


  • Mooring Lines: With an eye on one end. Diameter and length according to Classification Society requirements. Diameter will be about 30/40mm and length about 40m ended with leather. Material of the lines will be nylon; colour will be black
  • One towing line made in polypropylene, diameter and length according to Classification Society requirements. Diameter will be about 30/40mm
  • Boat Hooks: 2 x Aluminium extensible boat hooks, 4m length
  • Rope Ladder: One provided for pilot boarding
  • Signal Shapes: 3 balls, 1 cone and 1 diamond, black colour and folding type. Signal shapes will be approved type, made in plastic or fabric, to avoid damaging to around outfitting equipment
  • Fenders: 8 x White sausage type fenders. The diameter will be 490mm and the length will be 1400mm and 4 x balloon fenders of diameter 700mm. Fenders provided with polyester tails of 10m each, black colour, diam. 12mm; and black textile covers for all the fenders
  • Fender Holders: 8 x Aluminium alloy leather and wool covered fender holders 150mm wide fitted on main deck side bulwarks, with cleats and line eyes.


  • TBD – Owner’s supply


5 Years on the hull, 2 years on the rest of ship’s the systems.


June 2025.

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